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Greek text used for the interlinear translation:

Monro, D. B. and Allen, T. W. (1920):  Homer, Iliad, books 1-24, Oxford,

http://www.mikrosapoplous.gr

 

Acknowledgements

 

Mary Miner

 

Malcolm D. Hyman. (Harvard). for his work in producing the Arboreal program.

http://archimedes.fas.harvard.edu/euclid/euclid_paper.pdf

 

Gregory Crane. (Tufts University). for his Greek Parser (Morpheus,) available through Donatus.

http://archimedes.fas.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/donates

 

Ahuvia Kahane and Martin Mueller. (Northwestern University). For the Chicago Homer, an excellent electronic resource.

http://www.library.northwestern.edu/homer/

 

Special thanks to Michael Hannel for his ceaseless encouragement and feedback.

 

A few notes about the text:

 

Nouns (gender-neutral): Is it a steed or a mare, a bull or a cow?

Gender has been assigned to forms of the noun that are normally parsed as gender neutral, such as κνας, ππους, ρνιθες etc. For example [IL.16.148-149 κας ππους Ξνθον κα Βαλον] either Ξνθον and Βαλον, the immortal steeds of Achilles, or κας, can form the basis for the assignment of masculine to ππους. This is due to the agreement with the masculine adjective κας, or in the absence of the adjective, a contextual agreement1 with the two steeds Ξνθον κα Βαλον.

 

Adverbs of place:

The forms λλοτε, οκαδε, ορανθεν, μτερνδε etc. and place names Φθηνδε, λυμπόνδε, etc. have been assigned (Adverb, Place).2

 

The Article/Pronoun: , , τ,

Many of the grammars neglect to give adequate treatment to the definite article, often presenting the article in a first lesson, some even reducing it to the equivalent of an English "the". Do not be lulled into complacency by this treatment of the article and avoid the tendency to import our modern use of the definite article into Homer.

In Homer, the line of distinction between article and pronoun is indeed a blurry one. In fact some have denied the existence of the definite article in Homer, while others have cited its sparse usage as evidence of corruption,3 or to support a theory of an original Iliad (Ur-Ilias).4 Homeric authorities taking account of , , τ, used as a definite article are generally in agreement on its assignment.5 In this volume you will find , , τ parsed as a definite article 385 times, and as a pronoun 3064 times.

 

1 an agreement, semantic or morphological that may transcend sentence boundaries.

 

2 Apollonius Dyscolus. περ πιρρημτων. (201.1):

τοπικ τν πιρρημτων τρες χει διαστσεις, τν ν τπ, τν ες τπον, τν κ τπου. ...παρ τε τ ψος ψο γνεται, φ ο τ ψθεν κα ψθι. ...ς παρ τν οκου ποτελεται τ οκοθι οκοθεν οκαδε,"

3 Walter Leaf. (1900) The Iliad By Homerus, London

4 Wolf, (1795). Prolegomena ad Homerum, Halle, W. Christ. (1884). Homer oder Homeriden, Munich.

5 Kotch. (1872),. De Articulo Homerico, Leipzig, (1909). Homer and the Iliad, Cambridge, Stummer. (1886). Ueber den Artikel bei Homer, Schweinfurt. But note that LSJ goes further in assigning , , τ, to the pronoun class i.e. τν Χρσην (that venerable man Chryses), Τυδεδης (he Tydeus' famous son), Νστωρ γρων (Nestor that aged man).

 

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Monro, D. B. and Allen, T. W. (1920):  Homer, Iliad, books 1-24, Oxford,

with interlinear parsing and English gloss built into the footnotes.
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Homer: Iliad Books 1-12,(0198145284):and Books 13-24,

edited by Monro, Third Edition (0198145292): Copyright

Oxford University Press 1902.

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Homer. Homeri Opera in five volumes.

David B. Monro and Thomas W. Allen. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

1920. OCLC: 29448041

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Homer. The Iliad with an English Translation by A.T. Murray, Ph.D. in two volumes.

Cambridge, MA., Harvard University Press; London, William Heinemann, Ltd. 1924.

OCLC: 38101377 ISBN: 0674991885, 0674991893

parallel line numbers indexed to the Greek, John Jackson 2005.

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Voß, Johann Heinrich. (1793): Homers Ilias, deutsche Übersetzung

(http://gutenberg.spiegel.de)

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de Lisle, Leconte . (1874):L'Iliade, Traduction nouvelle

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Estalella, Luis Segalá: La ilíada, versión directa y literal del griego

Publicación Barcelona:

Montaner y Simón, 1908

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Homer. The Odyssey with an English Translation

by A.T. Murray, PH.D. in two volumes. Cambridge, MA.,

Harvard University Press; London, William Heinemann, Ltd. 1919.

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Homer. The Odyssey with an English Translation by A.T. Murray, PH.D.

in two volumes. Cambridge, MA.,

Harvard University Press; London, William Heinemann, Ltd. 1919.

parallel line numbers indexed to the Greek, John Jackson 2005.

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Johann Heinrich Voß (1793) Homer, Odyssee, deutsche Übersetzung

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L'Odyssée d'Homčre traduction de Leconte de Lisle, 1818-1894

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This is the Leconte de Lisle, French translation of Homer's Odyssey books 1-24.

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La Odisea, Luis Segalá Estalella,

versión directa y literal del griego

Publicación Barcelona:

Montaner y Simón, 1908

This is the Luis Segalá Estalella, Spanish translation of Homer's Odyssey books 1-24.

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The Iliad, edited, with apparatus criticus, prolegomena, notes, and appendices.

Walter Leaf. London. Macmillan. 1900.

Compiled for the Palm Pilot for use with the Roadlingua dictionary program

John Jackson 2008

 

The Iliad, edited, with apparatus criticus, prolegomena, notes, and appendices. Walter Leaf. London. Macmillan. 1900.

Use line number indices exposed when the footnote option is selected within Bible+

 

notes:

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and is only the apparatus criticus.


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Henry George Liddell

Robert Scott

A Greek-English Lexicon

 

Revised and augmented throughout by

Sir Henry Stuart Jones with the assistance of Roderick McKenzie

Oxford Clarendon Press 1940

Compiled for the Palm Pilot for use with the Roadlingua dictionary program

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LSJ.GIF

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A world of thanks to the

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Prepared under the supervision of

Lisa Cerrato, William Merrill,

Elli Mylonas, and David Smith.

The National Science Foundation

Trustees of Tufts University, Medford, MA

 

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Strong's Lexicon, Hebrew and Greek

Compiled for the Palm Pilot for use with the Roadlingua dictionary program

Alexander Pruss

Public domain

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The Strong's concordance with Greek and Hebrew Lexica is a very useful tool for Greek study. Each Greek or Hebrew word has been given an index number that is found in the Bibles listed below (those that support Strong's numbers).

The lexicon also supports direct search of unaccented Greek headwords. This lexicon has a brief but excellent etymological ordering with hyperlinks that can certainly entertain.

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BETACODE HEADWORD INPUT VERSION (NO ACCENT OR SUBSCRIPT)

For information on BetaCode see http://www.tlg.uci.edu/BetaCode.html

 

Henry George Liddell

Robert Scott

A Greek-English Lexicon

 

Revised and augmented throughout by

Sir Henry Stuart Jones with the assistance of Roderick McKenzie

Oxford Clarendon Press 1940

Compiled for the Palm Pilot for use with the Roadlingua dictionary program

John Jackson 2008

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And now . . .(drum roll please). . .

presenting

"The Great Scott Lexicon"

Yes, believe it, the entire LSJ in the palm of you hand.

 

A world of thanks to the

Perseus Project, Tufts University and

Gregory Crane

for bringing the LSJ into the public domain.

 

Prepared under the supervision of

Lisa Cerrato, William Merrill,

Elli Mylonas, and David Smith.

The National Science Foundation

Trustees of Tufts University, Medford, MA

 

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Classical Greek Parser

Perseus Digital Library

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John Jackson 2008

 

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A handheld implementation of the

Perseus Digital Library's

Classical Greek Parser

 

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Due to the large size of this database two Roadlingua dictionary files are required.

 

Encompassing the bulk of extant Greek forms this tool will give parsing options as well as render the lexical form. The lexical form can then be used for automatic lookup in the LSJ.

 

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Classical Latin Parser

Perseus Digital Library

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John Jackson 2008

 

A handheld implementation of the

Perseus Digital Library's

Classical Latin Parser

 

Again thanks to Perseus and Gregory Crane

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Encompassing the bulk of extant Latin forms this tool will give parsing options as well as render the lexical form. The lexical form can then be used for automatic lookup in a Latin lexicon.

 

Can be used for the study of non-parsed Latin texts encoded for Bible+ or as a transportable field research tool.

 

 

 

 

 

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Advanced Latin-English dictionary based on "Whitaker's Words". 74408 entries.

Compiled for the Palm Pilot for use with the Roadlingua dictionary program

Alexander Pruss

 

The Advanced Latin-English Dictionary

Includes separate entries with different endings. After the list of all the forms that the dictionary includes, the next line lists the part of speech (N(oun), ADJ(ective), etc.), followed by two numbers. The first is the declension/conjugation number, and the second is the variant number of that declension/conjugation. For nouns this is followed by a gender marker. Adjectives can have a comparison type (e.g., POSitive or SUPERlative). Copyright:

William Whitaker, used with permission.

Compiled by Alexander Pruss

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Septuagint LXX Greek Old Testament version 3.0

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Interlinear Greek New Testament

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1550 Stephens Textus Receptus, 1894 Scrivener Textus Receptus

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Flavius Josephus. ed. William Whiston, A.M. (English)

Flavius Josephus. ed. B. Niese. (Greek)

English translation ed. William Whiston (1828), Converted by Jim Darlack

Greek ed. B. Niese. (1890), Converted by Jim Darlack

http://palmsunday.oldinthenew.org/

Includes: Antiquities of the Jews, Against Apion, The Life of Flavius Josephus, The Wars of the Jews.

Josephus in Greek and English

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